No one should be denied their civil rights or discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, sex, or descent. This is a fundamental protection for religious equality that is reflected in nearly all state constitutions. Additionally, many states have laws that protect individuals from discrimination based on religious and non-religious beliefs. These measures exempt individuals, groups, or companies from particular legal requirements that conflict with their religious beliefs.
Unfortunately, religious conservatives have often sought to impose their dogmas on health laws, particularly those related to reproductive health care. This should never interfere with a person's ability to access essential health care. Most of the negative legislation that Christian nationalists seek is aimed at young people or has a disproportionate impact on them. Young people, especially those who are not yet being influenced by a church, are an easy target for indoctrination. To support important promotion, research, and public policy work at the state level to protect religious freedom and secularism, consider making a tax-deductible donation to the State of Secular States project of American Atheists.
Laws that are neutral with respect to religion can substantially hinder religious practice just as safely as laws intended to interfere with religious practice.